The Radisson Collection Berlin, organized around the Aquadom.
After recently opening in Milan and Seville
, the Radisson Collection has just arrived in Berlin, in the heart of the Mitte district. To make its debut in the German capital, Radisson’s luxury brand has moved into one of the group’s existing hotels, famous for its AquaDom, a huge cylindrical aquarium that rises from the lobby to the top of the hotel’s six floors.
The aquarium is still there in the middle of the atrium, as are its 1,600 tropical fish, but as for the rest, the hotel has undergone a full year of renovation to bring its offer up to the brand’s standards. Redesigned rooms, renovated reception area, new design: the establishment has been completely modernized. ” After an extensive creative design process and all the hard work that went into creating our German flagship hotel, we are delighted to launch the Radisson Collection Hotel, Berlin
,” says Oliver Staas, the hotel’s general manager.
The hotel now has 427 rooms and suites with wood, gray and plum interiors, all with large mirrored TVs and in-room espresso machines. Some of them have balconies overlooking the Spree and the silhouette of the famous TV tower or cathedral nearby.
The MICE offer is still one of the highlights of the Radisson Collection with 15 multifunctional meeting rooms spread over three floors and 2,750 m² in total. The highlight of these event and meeting venues is an exclusive glass roof space – the DomLounge – offering panoramic views of the city.
As with any upscale hotel, the Radisson Collection Berlin features an extensive spa with an indoor pool, sauna and fitness center. On the dining side, guests can enjoy a wide selection of local specialties and beers at the Atrium Bar while watching the tropical fish frolic in the AquaDom. From next March, the hotel will offer its new main restaurant, the Balaustine, with a menu revolving around Middle Eastern flavors. A place extended in summer by a terrace overlooking the Spree. An ideal place to have breakfast, dinner or a drink in the evening.
I’m Michelle, and I love to travel. As a former hotel expert for one of the world’s largest hotel chains, I’ve stayed in nearly every type of room imaginable (including many that were not so desirable!). Nowadays, I am fortunate enough to be able to explore the world on my own terms. From international flights to learning different languages, there is nothing too far out of reach!